Kenworth of Louisiana opens new location

By |  February 1, 2017
Kenworth of Louisiana opened a newly renovated, 10,500 sq. ft. service location in Monroe.

Kenworth of Louisiana opened a newly renovated, 10,500-sq.-ft. service location in Monroe. Photo courtesy of Kenworth

Kenworth of Louisiana opened a newly renovated service location in Monroe.

According to the company, the 10,500-sq.-ft. full-service location includes an eight-bay service shop and a 2,800-sq.-ft. parts department. It also offers customers a Kenworth PremierCare ExpressLane bay for diagnosing trucks and providing lubrication service.

John Dempsey serves as the new location’s branch manager; Chris Perillo serves as the manager of its service department; and Adam Barmore serves as the manager of its parts department.

“This newly renovated dealership is one block east of Highway 165 and immediately south of Exit 118A on U.S. Interstate 20, which is the major east-west interstate connecting the ocean ports of South Carolina and Georgia through Atlanta, Birmingham, (Alabama), and Jackson, Mississippi to Dallas,” says Scott Oliphant, dealer principal and president of Kenworth of Louisiana. “Our new Monroe location will serve customers in a variety of applications including vocational, agricultural, local drayage, government, and public utility, as well as regional and long-haul delivery.”

Kenworth of Louisiana, a Kenworth PremierCare dealer, offers fleets and truck operators a full stock of parts and accessories, convenient hours of operations, factory-trained technicians and mobile roadside assistance. It operates locations in Monroe, Baton Rouge (Port Allen), Houma (Gray), Lafayette (Carencro), Lake Charles, New Orleans (Harahan) and Shreveport (Bossier City).

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